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Pranamasana is a common gesture used in India and many eastern countries to show respect and a popular way to greet others especially elders, seniors, gurus and guests. In India, the word for greeting is “Namaste” which means that – I bow down to the Self in you. The Self or the Jiva is said to be located at the heart center. Hence the palms are brought together touching one’s own heart when bowing down and greeting others. This gesture with the hands is called Pranamasana. 


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